Until Nokia launches its first Windows Phone 7 devices, the company still has to push its Symbian smartphones to carriers around the world. And it looks like it wants to bring the C7 (launched last year in Europe) to T-Mobile USA – which, by the way, has recently released the cheap Nokia X2-01.
TmoNews has it that the C7 will be available at T-Mobile USA later this month, under the name of Nokia Tiger. The handset’s price is not known, but the carrier could offer it for $99 on contract (the HTC HD7, for example, costs that much).
The C7 runs Nokia’s latest version of Symbian and features a 3.5 inch display with 360 x 640 pixels, HSDPA, Wi-Fi, GPS, Ovi Maps with free navigation, Bluetooth 3.0, TV-out, 8MP camera, and 720p video recording.
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